Re: Sekova 60's guitar - any info at all?

Posted by Darlene on Fri, 01/16/09 - 14:24:37.

: I am researching the Sekova line of guitars, specifically ones made in the late 60's early 70's. So far I have only found mention of a few mandolins, a banjo, and a few "black beauty" Les Paul copies (which had very good reviews from their owners). Please help me out with any information you have on non-Les Paul Sekova solid body electrics, or the brand name history in general. Thanks Very Much!

I have a Sekova acoustic that I purchased in Pittsburgh in the '80's...i don't know the model. It was left in an attic through very hot summers and freezing winters and the neck pulled away from the body. :-(
I know that guitarists will cringe, but I glued it back on with crazy glue. That was about 15 years ago. I still have it and it stills plays well and sounds beautiful-and believe it or not I stuck an Earvana nut on it and the intonation problems were solved.
Miracle Guitar! :-)

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